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Challenge Your Brain at MindFest and More, This Week!

Events - 22 March 2010 9:00 AM | Updated 16 September 2010

Challenge Your Brain at MindFest and More, This Week!

1. MindFest 2010

Create your own toys, paint with light, explore 3-D mobiles, sound effects and more! Nourish your mind at this Science Centre extravaganza where playful intervention and exploration through hands- and minds-on activities are highly encouraged. Not to be missed if you have a taste for the interesting, inspiring and unconventional.

Until August 4, at the Singapore Science Centre.


2. Lifestyle 21 Expo

Homebodies, start rejoicing. You’ll be able to find everything you need to renovate and refurbish your home and turn it into the tranquil oasis of your dreams, at the Lifestyle 21 Expo.

Until Sunday, at the Singapore Expo. Free admission.


3. Liao Zhai Rocks! Concert《聊斋》 

Inspired by the colourful folk stories of Qing dynasty classic ‘The Strange Tales of Liao Zhai’, Liao Zhai Rocks! vamps up all things period and brings you into a fantastical world of captivating characters.

Until April 11, at the Drama Center Theater. Tickets from $19 to $69.


4. Ben and Jerry’s Free Cone Day

What better way to cool down than with a scoop of kindness? Free Cone Day needs no introduction to ice-cream lovers everywhere, and it is back with a bang. Come celebrate Free Cone Day with the world from 12 – 7 pm at all participating scoop shops islandwide.

That means VivoCity, The Cathay, Orchard Central, United Square, Great World City, the Singapore Zoo and the Jurong Bird Park. Spread the word, people!

Tuesday only, at participating outlets. Free.


5. The Cabinet presented by The ETCeteras

Watch how a crew of six struggle to stitch together the story of one man De Bra who is possessed by a seemingly innocuous hobby that has the potential to unleash the sexuality of others, three days before the opening night. Don’t miss The ETCeteras’ triumphant return with a new original Mandarin white comedy about irreverent dressing and succession planning, in collaboration with The Arts House.

Until April 3, at the Arts House. Tickets from $28 (weekdays) to $$33 (weekends).


For more events on this week, gohere.